Dr. Christine Gordon discovered chiropractic when she began working as a chiropractic assistant. After witnessing countless miracles and the impact chiropractic can make on an individual’s life, she knew she had found the career she had always wanted. Dr. Gordon promptly enrolled in Chiropractic College in order to pursue her dream.
After intensive study she graduated Magna Cum Laude and received her doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. While attending Palmer, she obtained additional training in Cox’s Flexion Distraction technique (for herniated discs) and Activator Methods (one of many low force techniques). Also during her studies, she served as a radiology teaching assistant as well as an admission department assistant.
In her last trimester of schooling, Dr. Gordon was selected to participate in a clinic abroad program in Fiji. There she gained valuable experience with children and unique clinical cases. Today she continues to love to work closely with women and children. Dr. Gordon is a native of Pittsburgh, PA and she received a B.S. in Biology from Indiana University, Bloomington Campus.